We love it when a social media platform gets a new feature - we get all giddy like someone meeting their celebrity crush! We’re going to be taking a closer look at a great new feature on LinkedIn which is their Service Pages, the first part of LinkedIn Marketplaces which is due to be released in September.
Sometimes bigger is better. That’s why we’re expanding our services so we are more accessible to a wider range of clients. We are fully aware that some clients will need more help than others too and that’s not a problem at all. We’re happy to give as much or as little input as required.
Now, this is NOT aimed at your personal profiles as they should be saved for updating friends and family on what you’ve been up to (or not up to) in lockdown or posting a picture of next door’s cat that keeps tapping the back door for food. This is all to do with your business social media pages.
Let’s be honest, the lives we are all currently living are heavily reliant on social media. We use it to talk to our friends and family which we can no longer meet and go for a coffee, to promote our businesses and other endless amount activities. But is the social media we know and love becoming less social and more exhausting?
2020 has, quite frankly, been terrible for many different reasons, mostly everything brought on by the Coronavirus pandemic, but, with a vaccine around the corner, it’s time to start planning and looking forward to 2021.
With a vaccine and an increase in mass testing, we are hoping more businesses can open, reopen and, fingers crossed, stay open. But with so many companies eager for business, how are you going to stand out from the rest? With a well thought out marketing campaign, of course!
Like Marmite, some love it, some hate it, but however you feel about it, a national lockdown has returned. At least this time we have a rough idea of how long it will last! At Specky and Ginge, we always try to find positives in everything that comes our way so we’re going to share some tips on how to stay positive during this second lockdown!
We’re All in this Together. Better Together. Come Together. All Together Now. We’ve heard songs about togetherness for decades but today, more than ever, being together isn’t as easy as it always has been. Or is it?